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Corey Stewart Fired from Trump Campaign for Protest of GOP

| October 10, 2016 | 0 Comments | News
Prince William Board of County Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart at the Chamber of Commerce/ Northern Virginia Community College Chairman's Debate.

Prince William Board of County Supervisors Chairman Corey Stewart at the Chamber of Commerce/ Northern Virginia Community College Chairman’s Debate.

The Trump campaign fired Virginia campaign chairman Corey Stewart, Monday, for protesting outside the Republican National Committee in Washington, D.C.

Stewart is Chairman At-large of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors and is seeking to be the Republican candidate for Governor of Virginia.

Ironically, Stewart was fired for being overly loyal to Trump as other GOP members tried to distance themselves from the Republican candidate.

Notable GOP members, including House Speaker Paul Ryan, said they would not actively campaign for Trump following the release of a video/audio recording in which Donald Trump bragged about groping women without their consent, while speaking with Billy Bush of Access Hollywood in 2005.

Stewart publicly admitted wanting to protest the GOP, writing on his Facebook page, Monday, “I went to start a rebellion against GOP establishment pukes who betrayed Trump.”

Stewart was planning to attend that protest since Sunday afternoon, when he posted: “Just got word. Republican women in Virginia, Maryland and perhaps other states are organizing a demonstration in support of Trump at RNC Headquarters in Washington tomorrow. Tell the RNC that you stand by Trump…”

In another post, Stewart criticized his fellow Republicans: “Establishment pukes cut and run. Loyalty means standing with someone through thick and thin, not ditching them when times get tough.”

Stewart stood by his man even after the damaging tapes were released, calling it nothing more than “frat boy” behavior, and saying Trump supporters realize he is no angel.

screen-shot-2016-10-10-at-6-03-01-pmHowever, many see it as much more than locker room banter, as Trump called it, but rather, an admittance of sexual assault. Among them are television journalist Anderson Cooper, one of the moderators of Sunday’s Presidential Town Hall Debate.

Stewart, remaining true to Trump, was instead upset with the “establishment” Republicans who seemed willing to throw Trump under the bus from which he made the damaging remarks, possibly to stay in good standing with their constituents and win reelection.

The Richmond Times-Dispatch quoted Stewart as saying “What do you expect from the Republican establishment,” said Stewart…”They want him [Trump] to lose and they want the other establishment candidate- Hillary Clinton, to win.”

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